A pebble tile floor provides a neutral base for this lovely bathroom. The textured flooring carries over into the walk-in shower, while a soaking tub is encased in a stone surround. A large mirror adds depth in the soft glow of recessed lighting.
This bathroom, once an drab, outdated space, received a makeover on HGTV's Buying and Selling. To save money, Jonathan Scott updated the existing vanity with soft gray paint, installed new granite countertops and replaced the '80s-style sinks with new recessed sinks. With new stylish artwork on the wall, this bathroom is now a selling point instead of a problem room.
Flowers and botanicals add a soft, elegant style to bathroom walls. To achieve this traditional bathroom’s look, you could press your own botanicals or buy botanical prints. The light blush-colored walls and curtains gently contrast with the earthy color of the botanicals. Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques” adds that a wall is a good place for uniformity, so using identical frames can have a calming effect.
A sleek, stainless steel sink and black and white shower tile create a clean, masculine space in this boy's bathroom. Graphic shapes and black accessories are bold accents that are a signature of contemporary design.
Large-scale neutral tile is used throughout the floor, bathtub surround and wall for a sophisticated, spa retreat. Mosaic tile is used behind the tub and on the walls to create visual interest and texture in the space, and pebble tile grounds the walk-in glass shower.
A double vanity adds convenience and elegance to this bathroom with undermount sinks and a plethora of drawer space. Frameless mirrors reflect light and add depth to the space, while an inlaid border adds dimension to the tile floors.